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Kenzan Eats Things: Hunt’s Snack Pack Dessert Twists (Cinnamon Roll & Blueberry Muffin)

Posted on October 19th, 2010 in Food, Kenzan, Kenzan Eats Things by Sasha Kenzan

Can these two confectionery staples make decent puddings?  Good thing Kenzan Eats Things, so you don’t have to spend any money to find out.

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Rejected Breakfast Cereals

Posted on August 13th, 2008 in Axel Night, Food by Axel Night

As Kenzan has pointed out, logic and cereal don’t mix.  Despite the infinite choices, they all always seem the same to me.  Breakfast needs something new, and I’m the one to give it to you.  So far, Kellogg’s isn’t returning my calls.  But soon…  Read the rest of this entry »

Pepsi Rebrands Pepsi Twist As “Pepsi NFL Kickoff”

Posted on August 2nd, 2008 in Food, Kenzan by Sasha Kenzan

Pepsi recently re-released longtime Kenzan favorite Pepsi Twist, but with another new twist… the soda is now NFL branded as Pepsi NFL Kickoff. Picture and review after the cut.
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How Not to Cook: French Toast

Posted on March 29th, 2008 in Axel Night, Food by Axel Night

Greetings, Gorilla Attack Victims.  In today’s segment of culinary catastrophe, we’re introduced to the classic recipe, French Toast, and how to rebelliously defy its society-imposed bounds.  Read the rest of this entry »

Chelada: A Food Mashup Disasterpiece

Posted on November 29th, 2007 in Brick Prior, Food, Kenzan by Sasha Kenzan

For those of you who haven’t been to the beer sections of your grocery/convenience store lately, you may not have heard of a horrifying concoction called Chelada. Chelada is a product put out by Anheuser-Busch that mixes together beer and Clamato, which is tomato juice with clam extract. There are two different variants, Budweiser and Bud Light. As soon as we at AbG saw this nightmare, we knew we had to review it. The only question was… who? I don’t drink alcohol, plus I had tried the Clamato energy drink, so I refused. Axel also refused, citing general taste. So that left us down to poor Brick Prior, who lost an AbG-sanctioned vote (Axel and I voted for him, obviously). Fortunately, several of our brave forum members, and even some non-board members, joined along for the ride. You can, too, after the jump. (Warning; post-jump, the article is image-heavy! Dial-up users, you’ve been warned!)

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The Snack Aisle Seems So Lonely

Posted on October 27th, 2007 in Food, Kenzan by Sasha Kenzan

It seems that, when it comes to foodstuffs, the second I latch onto a snack food that I like means the instant doom of the product brand. There have been several goods that I’ve liked that have vanished into thin air, and while I know it’s the nature of economics and marketing, that still doesn’t mean that I can’t enjoy reminiscing about various foods that have long gone asunder. Read more after the jump.

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Poached Eggs or Ambrosia, Food of the Gods

Posted on August 19th, 2007 in Axel Night, Food by Axel Night

The incredible, edible egg.  Friend or foe?  A guide and adventure for fellow egg poachers.

Hello, culinary miscreants.  It’s August 19th, 2007.  Hunger has met his match in me, as I smite his evil ways with the powers of deliciousness. Read the rest of this entry »

Doritos Collisions: Is There Nothing Frito Lay Won’t Try?

Posted on August 12th, 2007 in Food, Kenzan by Sasha Kenzan

Lately, it seems as if Frito Lay has been getting more and more experimental with their Doritos brand. From trying to capture fans of buffalo wings with their Blazin’ Buffalo and Ranch flavor or their admirable, if a little tacky, attempt at cheeseburger-flavored Doritos with the X-13D line, it seems as if they keep trying to branch out to different markets with different flavors at an alarming rate. From their Fight for the Flavor idea, pitting two possible new flavors against each other, comes Doritos Collisions. Read the rest of this entry »